Help and Resources
Student Accessibility Services (formerly the Centre for Students with Disabilities) is located in the J.T. Powell Building. They provide a wide variety of services for students to assist them in their educational endeavours. The Library Accessibility Services provides additional support, software and technology to read, write and research more effectively.
Due to COVID-19, Career Advising is now available remotely until the University returns to normal operations.
Steps for booking a Career Advising appointment
Login to Experience Guelph using your central ID and password.
Click on ‘Career’ on the left hand side, then ‘Appointments’, then ‘Book By Provider’.
Scroll down until you see Julia Leary with a yellow Book button underneath.
You can then indicate the type of appointment you would like to book and select a date/time that works for you.
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Julia at email@example.com
Check out the Co-op and Career Services website for additional information about:
- career counselling
- job postings
- co-op placement information
- job fairs
- and much more...
Counselling Services can help you with a variety of different issues affecting your life (personal counselling). They offer group and individual counselling in a variety of areas including:
- eating disorders
- stress management
- academic support
- women's and men's issues
- coming out
All information shared with Counselling Services is confidential and will not be shared with any member within or outside of the university community without written consent from you.
There is no fee associated with their services, except for missed appointments. See their website for details on how to get in touch with a counsellor.
Please also see your Program Counsellor if any circumstances arise that affect your academic performance. Your Program Counsellor can provide help with academic issues and can provide advice on an appropriate courses of action.
Indigenous Student Centre
The Indigenous Student Centre engages a community of people from a variety of First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures, backgrounds and world views.
The Learning Commons provides countless services to help you improve your performance here at the University of Guelph.
- exam prep courses
- writing essays for science students
- referencing for science students
- learning from lectures
- time management
- mark calculator
The Learning Commons is located on the 1st Floor of the McLaughlin Library.
Students seeking assistance with Chemistry, Mathematics and Statistics, or Physics should visit the Science Commons on the 3rd Floor of the McLaughlin Library.
Getting ready for Exams? Take a look at the Exam Prep information from Learning Services.
Looking for assistance with research? The library can help. You can also check out the Library's website to help connect students seeking to study together:
- Study Groups at Guelph
You have so many options with your undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Science:
- Teachers college
- Veterinary college
- Chiropractic College
- Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy
- Naturopathic Medicine
- Host of College Post Graduate Diplomas
- Graduate work
The list is endless!
OUAC - Ontario Universities' Application Centre - find applications for schools here as well as lists of the universities that offer the various programs.
Physio and occupational therapy:
Ontario Rehabilitation Sciences Program Application Service (ORPAS) - get information about schools, applying on line, and information nights.
TEAS- Teacher Education Application Service - application forms, and links to individual schools who offer teaching programs.
OLSAS - Ontario Law School Application Service - application information, Ontario law schools.
You can also check out the Law School Admissions Council, LSAC, home page for information about LSATs.
The Department of Biomedical Science has some information available on Medical School Applications.
OMSAS - Ontario Medical Schools Application Service: on-line application, list of requirements, Ontario schools and more.
Visit the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada for information about all of Canada's Medical schools, AFMC.
For information about MCAT test dates, and fees see the AAMC MCAT web-site.
Take a look at the Candian Dental Association section on "Becoming a Dentist" for information.
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, CMCC
Any questions concerning Veterinary Medicine here at Guelph, check out the link to the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) that includes detailed information about admission OVC - DVM admissions.
Links to Canadian pharmacy schools.
In order to be admitted to an MBA program, students must complete the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). Check out the link for times and availability for writing the GMAT in Canada. There are several locations in Toronto, London and one over in Cambridge.
McMaster University is one of the only Canadian schools that offers an MBA in Healthcare management.
To look up graduate programs here at the University of Guelph check out the Graduate Studies site.
Check out the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing site for a list of nursing programs and their links.